This article was written prior to the island re-entering lockdown early in March 2021. By Noah Bovenizer After a circuit breaker lockdown in January, schools… Read More »Isle of Man schools return as island’s COVID free status means social-distancing is lifted
By Immy Share Three Leeds-born friends have launched a new project designed to empower and inspire young people to find and explore their passions. FindYours… Read More »Friendship trio launch FindYours project in Leeds to help youngsters find their path
Teaching union “sympathetic” over extortionate holiday prices, as Supreme Court decides if term-time breaks should be banned
By Leonie Stanton
A TEACHING union has criticised travel companies for penalising parents by inflating prices of holidays outside of term-time.Read More »Teaching union “sympathetic” over extortionate holiday prices, as Supreme Court decides if term-time breaks should be banned
By Luis Ortiz
SCHOOLS ACROSS England are facing a financial crisis as costs are rising but funding from the government has remained “flat”.Read More »Cash crisis facing schools as costs rise but funding stays “flat”
By Mike Berriman
Labour and Conservative councillors clashed today over how to avoid a repeat of this year’s fiasco over school places.
Earlier this year, nearly 90 families failed to secure one of their five preferred primary school places in North Leeds.
By Russell Truran Three children’s homes and schools in Leeds are to be investigated over claims of abuse by disgraced TV personality Jimmy Savile. Notre… Read More »Children homes and schools in Leeds to be investigated over new Savile claims